Food on the Page

Cookbooks continue to be a revealing source of history.  In her new book, Megan Elias teases out the social meaning cookbooks reveal, and discovers when a jell-o mold is more than just a salad.

This review was published in CHoWline, the monthly newsletter of the Culinary Historians of Washington DC. Join us and check us out on Twitter. (We’re much nicer than some tweeters!)

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